Stem cells could transform oral-disease treatment, study finds

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Human stem cells, a good source of oral mucosal tissues, could transform the treatment of oral diseases, a Tufts University study has found. 
Though little is known about how human embryonic stem cells (hESC) can be developed into the complex oral tissues, such as oral mucosa or skin, once science catches up, hESC could produce tissues to treat a range of oral diseases. 
The Tufts University (Boston) study was presented at the General Session of the International Association for Dental Research in Miami. 
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